Joel T. Braslow, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor, Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences
Member, Brain Research Institute
Center for Health Services and Society
Awards and Honors:Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Veterans Administration Medical Center Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program Rand Corporation UCLA School of Medicine
Work Phone Number: (800) 825-9989
Mailing Address:UCLA Psychr and Behavorial Sciences
BOX 957082, UCLA Wilshire Cntr, Ste 300
Los Angeles, CA 90095
UNITED STATES Main Office
10920 Wilshere Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90024
A selected list of publications:
Bromley Elizabeth, Gabrielian Sonya, Brekke Benjamin, Pahwa Rohini, Daly Kathleen A, Brekke John S, Braslow Joel T Experiencing Community: Perspectives of Individuals Diagnosed as Having Serious Mental Illness Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.), 2013; .
Braslow Joel Tupper The manufacture of recovery Annual review of clinical psychology, 2013; 9: 781-809.
Lizaola Elizabeth, Schraiber Ron, Braslow Joel, Kataoka Sheryl, Springgate Benjamin F, Wells Kenneth B, Jones Loretta The Partnered Research Center for Quality Care: developing infrastructure to support community-partnered participatory research in mental health Ethnicity & disease, 2011; 21(3 Suppl 1): S1-58-70.
Bromley Elizabeth, Braslow Joel T Teaching critical thinking in psychiatric training: a role for the social sciences The American journal of psychiatry, 2008; 165(11): 1396-401.
Braslow Joel T, Duan Naihua, Starks Sarah L, Polo Antonio, Bromley Elizabeth, Wells Kenneth B Generalizability of studies on mental health treatment and outcomes, 1981 to 1996 Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.), 2005; 56(10): 1261-8.
Braslow Joel T, Starks Sarah Linsley The making of contemporary American psychiatry, Part 2: therapeutics and gender before and after World War II History of psychology, 2005; 8(3): 271-88.
Starks Sarah Linsley, Braslow Joel T The making of contemporary American psychiatry, part 1: patients, treatments, and therapeutic rationales before and after World War II History of psychology, 2005; 8(2): 176-93.
Kravitz Richard L, Duan Naihua, Braslow Joel Evidence-based medicine, heterogeneity of treatment effects, and the trouble with averages The Milbank quarterly, 2004; 82(4): 661-87.
Sherman Scott E, Chapman Audree, Garcia Daniel, Braslow Joel T Improving recognition of depression in primary care: a study of evidence-based quality improvement Joint Commission journal on quality and safety, 2004; 30(2): 80-8.